Negotiated Contracts

Negotiated contracts are entered into when a commodity is used by multiple state agencies and a standard specification fails to meet the needs of a majority of the state agencies. Negotiated contracts allow the using departments to determine individual needs and to procure the most appropriate items at reasonable costs. These contracts give the agencies a good price and offer the benefit of multiple options to best meet agency needs.

The negotiated contracts are established on the basis of proposals from many vendors. These proposals are evaluated with contracts being awarded to all vendors whose prices are "comparable." These contracts may be used by any agency. Negotiated contracts are "convenience" contracts and serve to establish a maximum price that can be paid for any item covered by the contract. Agencies may purchase items covered by a negotiated contract from other than the contract vendor provided they follow the applicable procedures set forth in Section 31-7-13 of the Mississippi Code, 1972 Annotated.

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